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C# Design Patterns
Design patterns help you solve common software problems with known, proven approaches. In this course, C# Design Patterns: Proxy, you will learn about four different variants of the Proxy pattern. The proxy design pattern is one of the most common and useful patterns you'll encounter, with uses for performance, security, and code organization. First, you will see the problem the proxy pattern solves and what software design principles apply. Next, you will discover how to apply the proxy pattern. Finally, you will learn about other similar design patterns. When you have completed this short course, you will have both a theoretical and real code understanding of applying the pattern in a variety of different scenarios using .NET and C#.
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